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the branch of economics that studies the economy of consumers or households or individual firms

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Part II will develop a case study approach to make an ~ex post~, microeconomic assessment of the impact of merger and antitrust decisions on innovation.
Hakan Yilmazkuday and I conducted the first systematic investigation of the "Penn Effect," integrated across microeconomic and macroeconomic levels.
He said that the region is experiencing economic stability on the microeconomic level, saying it is on the verge of a quantum leap in the field of development projects.
With new microeconomic measures, the Government is going introduce mandatory listing for 539 holding companies, of which only 34 are listed on the stock market.
The training course includes a number of important themes that touch on reviewing the basic concepts of economy, such as the demand and supply, market equilibrium and general equilibrium in the economics, as well as the differences between the macroeconomic and microeconomic in the economic analysis.
The Economics of Digital Markets makes a valuable contribution to the understanding of the microeconomic structure and the regulatory framework of a specific type of e-market--that of digital goods and information services.
It provides background on threats posed by zoonotic disease, macro- and microeconomic issues, global trade, and sociocultural-political issues related to mitigation.
The report was prepared by Henry Beale and Nicola Deas of Microeconomic Applications Inc.
The new journal will encompass microeconomic, macroeconomic and international economic perspectives on the theme of human capital, It will publish articles and papers in the areas of labor and health economics and economic demography, as well as education, income and wealth, economic growth and development, entrepreneurship, technology innovations and technology transfer, globalization, productivity and crime.
There are two key microeconomic decisions which mark the interface between the micro and the macroeconomy.
Authorities need to seize the moment to improve competitiveness and the investment environment by focusing on microeconomic reforms, continued strengthening of the banking sector, and consolidation of fiscal policy," was Fitch's prescription.
Although strong macroeconomic performance, particularly during the Asian economic crisis, contributed to the appeal of this narrative, the crucial element of the story was derived from estimates of multifactor productivity (MFP) developed by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (various years), first published by the ABS in the late 1990s, and presented by the Productivity Commission (Parham 1999, 2000) as evidence of the success of microeconomic reform.
John McMillan has made major contributions to the international literature on applications of modern microeconomic theory.
I'm as concerned as you about the macro and microeconomic effects of employment levels at GM and Ford and any/all other U.
The study, the only one in the world that looks at productivity at a microeconomic level, shows that 87 out of the 235 days that UK workers spend at work are unproductive.